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Guiding Clients Through the Complexities of a High-Asset Divorce

Dividing businesses, professional practices, real estate holdings, investment portfolios and other significant assets in a high-asset divorce is usually complicated.  The process can also be contentious, but it does not have to be. After building substantial financial resources as a married couple, it may not be obvious how to fairly divide the accumulated property when one household splits into two, but an experienced and knowledgeable attorney can greatly assist in tempering the negotiations, minimizing the hostility and stress, and preserving the estate for the parties.

Bob Callahan has more than 45 years of experience helping couples through divorce and other family law matters. He knows how to lower the temperature in any room and bring both parties together to successfully negotiate their disputes. He can help you establish mutually satisfactory terms for your divorce in matters including division of property, spousal support, and child support.

Careful Appraisal and Assertive Negotiation on Your Behalf

Bob Callahan can help you identify, locate, and assess the value of the many types of assets involved in high-asset divorces, such as:

  • Businesses
  • Professional practices
  • Real estate
  • Investment portfolios
  • Deferred compensation
  • Pensions, Profit-sharing (401(k), etc.) plans, IRAs, and other retirement funds

By working with experienced appraisers, certified public accountants, and other experts, Bob Callahan makes sure that all assets are accounted for and accurately valued. Once these figures are obtained, Bob will work with you to maintain the standard of living to which you were accustomed during your marriage.

Protect Your Finances with the Help of a Skilled Attorney

The end of your marriage should not mean the end of your financial independence and comfort. With the help of attorney Bob Callahan, you can negotiate a fair division of property that reflects your needs and preferences.

To schedule a consultation by phone or in person, call The Law Office of Robert E. Callahan at CALL or send an email. From his office in Newport Beach, Mr. Callahan serves clients throughout Southern California.